This year the TBRP PhD course returned to Aalborg University. We were pleased to host doctoral researchers from Ghana, Nigeria, Sweden, Canada, Finland, Norway, Denmark and Russia.
As in previous editions, multidisciplinary and diversity have been the 'crown jewels' of our course. Here are some examples of research inquiries 2016 intake of doctoral researchers pursue:
- Sense-making and crisis management
- Transitional experiences
- Failure and recovery
- Patient empowerment
- Business modeling and foresighting
- Emotions and learning
- Social values and responsibility
- Collective memory and cultural heritage
- Business ethics
- Late globalization and internationalization
- Economic power
- Organizational knowledge
- Academic entrepreneurship
- Global value chain
External and internal faculty provided support for the course: Dr. Andy Lowe, Grounded Theory Institute in California; Professor Emeritus Nikhilesh Dholakia, University of Rhode Island; Dr. Michael Fast, Aalborg University; and Dr. Romeo V. Turcan, Aalborg University.
As always, we are indebted to Dr. Barney Glaser for the opportunity to share his wealth of expertise with our doctoral researchers via a life-skype call from California.
This edition of the TBRP PhD course was supported by the Doctoral School of Social Sciences of Aalborg University.
To learn more about the 2016 edition, please visit PhD candidates' testimonials and take a look at several pictures from the course. More pictures could be found on:https://www.facebook.com/tbrp.aau.dk.